CNY Solidarity members and supporters: This week we expect the House of Representatives to send the Articles of Impeachment to the Senate, which has a constitutional duty to try cases of impeachment. We need to pressure the Senate to call witnesses and conduct a real trial, not a whitewash. This week’s action alerts also focus on preventing war in Iran and the Women’s Marches in Syracuse and Seneca Falls this weekend.
Please find below the weekly ACTION ALERTS from Indivisible NY24 and our legislative action teams.
Monday (Jan 13)
No March to War!
7 pm at ArtRage, 505 Hawley Avenue Syracuse. Join Us for a Follow-up to the Citizens Rally in Response to Insane U.S. Foreign Policy. What should our next steps be to resist the March to War? Declaring No Is Not Enough, how do we win the world we need!! Bring your ideas! Organized by Beyond War and Militarism, a joint committee of SPC (315 472-5478) and CNY Solidarity Coalition.
Tuesday (Jan 14)
Healthcare and Housing Day of Action
10:00 am – 4:00 pm New York State Capitol, State St. and, Washington Ave, Albany. Sign up for a bus and get more information here
Weekly #CloseTheCamps Silent Vigil
12-12:15 pm outside Rep. Katko’s office, 440 S. Warren St., Syracuse, NY 13202.
Weds (Jan 15)
Call for a Full and Fair Trial in the SenateCall progressive voters in states with Senators who might be persuaded to insist on a fair trial in the Senate, and connect them to their Senators, using National Indivisible’s tool. Information is here.Thursday, (Jan 16)
Call for a Full and Fair Trial in the SenateCall Senator Gillibrand and ask her to do all she can to secure a full impeachment trial in the Senate. (315) 448-0470 (Syracuse) or (202) 224-4451 (DC).
Friday, (Jan 17)
Thank Senator Schumer for Supporting a Full Senate TrialCall Senator Schumer and thank him for his efforts to secure a full trial in the Senate for the charges of misconduct alleged in the House’s impeachment. (315) 423-5471(Syracuse) or (315) 423-5471(DC).
Saturday (Jan 18)
Women’s March in Syracuse
Hanley Federal Building, 10 a.m.-12 pm. Details are here
4th Annual Women March in Seneca Falls
12:30-4pm, Trinity Park, Seneca Falls. More information here. If you’re looking for someone to march with, Indivisible Cayuga will be marching with their banner. This is part of a full weekend of events, including some on Friday and Sunday. more info here.
Weekly #Closethecamps Rally at the Regional Transportation Center 11:30-12 noon;
Every Saturday until they close the camps, the rally will continue to take place on the sidewalk adjacent to the paid parking at the Regional Transportation Center, directly across the street from the Regional Market. Feel free to bring your own sign; we’ll also have a bunch of printed standard signs to share. More details here.
Sunday (Jan 19)CNY Solidarity Meeting
2-4 p.m. Park Central Presbyterian Church. Note the earlier time.
Save the date for these upcoming events
Feb. 2: CNY Solidarity Coalition Meeting. 2-4pm, location Bishop Harrison Center . Note the earlier start time.
Feb 14: Deadline for changing your party registration to vote in 2020 primaries. If you’re registered 3rd party or independent (or Republican!) and would like to switch to Democratic in order to vote in the presidential primary, today is the deadline.
Feb. 16: CNY Solidarity Coalition Meeting. 2-4pm, location Park Central Presbyterian Church. Note the earlier start time. Feb. 25: Likely Debate Watch Party. Details TBA.
April 28: Presidential primary election in NYS.
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